November 28, 2014
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The high school football regular season in Division I and III concludes this weekend, and the playoffs get underway in Division II. more
SMOOTHER AND FASTER: Easton Avenue is among those …
While there’s agreement the city needs to address road repairs, the funding for an extensive program, as the mayor has proposed with a $5 million bond, won’t happen this year and may not happen … more
IT’S STARTED: Pipes that will be used to house …
Richard I. Gouse, president of the New England Institute of Technology – which will celebrate its 75th anniversary next year – says the institution’s growth has come in steps. Some have been … more
State Police Lt. Col. Michael J. Winquist, …
Lt. Col. Michael J. Winquist, a 24-year veteran, currently serves as deputy superintendent and chief of field operations for the state police. more
SUPER SANDWICH: “Excellent” is the rating …
“We didn’t break a record,” Theofanis Markos said Sunday night, “but we came close!” That’s because a crowd estimated at 35,000-plus people took in the Church of the Annunciation’s … more
A SISTER’S TOUCH: Judy Rosenstein sees to it …
Here’s a bit of Rhode Island trivia: prior to changes in the state’s blue laws in the 1970s, what were stores permitted to sell on Sundays? If you picked automotive parts along with bread and … more
PROUD PARISHIONERS: These are some of the many …
The ageless scene has been repeated more times than volunteers at Church of the Annunciation in Cranston have made mouth-watering Greek pastry and cookies like baklava and Diples. Saturday … more
John E. Quinn of Warwick, Rhode Island died on August 20, 2014 surrounded by his loving family and the wonderful Kent Hospital staff after a month long illness. He was born December 2, 1930 in … more
I was thrilled to see Mayor Scott Avedisian at the Ocean State Theatre on Monday, supporting the local effort to pass Question 5 on Election Day. Mayor Avedisian is the latest in a long line of … more
To the Editor: Come on, legislators! Pass the Calamari bill. It will take two minutes of your busy schedule. And then get on with the business of the people. On the surface it does look a bit … more
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